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Oceanside International Film Festival 2014 Final Weekend

Oceanside CA– A full day of film screenings plus a crowd funding workshop highlight today’s schedule at the Oceanside International Film Festival. The OIFF wraps up on Sunday with a Closing Awards Gala. The full schedule is below:

AUGUST 9, SATURDAY
Day 7 of OIFF-2014 sponsored by Venetos Italian Cuisine
10:00 am to 9:00 pm – screening of films at Star Theatre, plus workshop at The Brooks Theatre

Ocean Health screening block (family friendly)

10:00 AM – Salmon Confidential, from Powell River, BC, Canada, Full Length Documentary, 1:11:00 trailer
11:15 AM – Baykeepers, from Melbourne, Australia, Short Documentary, 0:26:02 trailer
11:45 AM – Falling Stars (Pepperdine University), from Los Angeles, CA, Student Documentary, 0:05:11

Emotional & Sentimental Appeal Films screening block – continued (family friendly)
11:55 AM – Shadow, from San Clemente, CA, Narrative Short Film, 0:30:56 trailer
12:30 PM – The Magic Shoes (University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts), from San Juan Capistrano, CA, Student Film, 0:18:29, “the making of” video
12:50 PM – break from screenings, walking across the street to the workshop at The Brooks

1:00 PM – Crowdfunding Workshop, continues to 2:25 pm, at Sunshine Brooks Theatre, 217 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054 (within walking distance from Star, click HERE for workshop description, lunch optionally sold during this workshop)

2:25 PM – back to screenings, walking across the street to Star Theatre

Science Fiction Films screening block (family friendly)
2:35 PM – The Chemist (University of Southern California), from Los Angeles, CA, Student Film, 0:13:57 trailer
2:50 PM – In Time (Convent of the Sacred Heart), from Larchmont, NY, Student Film, 0:04:07
3:00 PM – Enigma – Episode 1 – “Blackouts”, from Poway, CA, Student Film, 0:12:08
3:20 PM – Into The Silent Sea (Chapman University), from Arsta, Sweden, Student Film, 0:25:13 trailer

Romantic Drama Films screening block (family friendly)
3:50 PM – La Cañada de Los Ingleses / The Ravine of The British (PG), from Madrid, Spain, Narrative Short Film, 0:12:25 trailer
4:05 PM – Same Time Same Place (New York Film Academy), from Los Angeles, CA, Student Film, 0:18:27
4:30 PM – Bis Gleich / Till Then, from Dusseldorf, Germany, Narrative Short Film, 0:20:25 trailer
4:55 PM – Freefall, from San Francisco, CA, Narrative Short Film, 0:08:44
5:10 PM – 5 Minute Break

Serious Drama Films screening block (family friendly)
5:15 PM – Water, from Southern CA, Student Film, 0:12:06 “the making of” video
5:30 PM – The Whexican, from Downey, CA, Narrative Short Film, 0:13:41
5:50 PM – I Know You, from Blaricum, Netherlands, Narrative Short Film, 0:08:13 trailer
6:05 PM – Lullaby for Andronicus, from Los Angeles, CA, Narrative Short Film, 0:09:42
6:20 PM – The Boy Who’d Never Seen Rain, from Sydney, Australia, Narrative Short Film, 0:28:52 trailer
6:55 PM – Oceanside, California – A Perception, from Oceanside, CA, Oceanside Spotlight Film, 0:03:05
7:00 PM – 5 Minute Break

Serious Drama Films screening block (mature audiences)
7:05 PM – Dinner And a Movie (Grossmont Community College), from San Diego, CA, Student Film, 0:05:31
7:15 PM – LA Miner, from San Francisco, CA, and Los Angeles, CA, Short Documentary, 0:24:26 trailer
7:45 PM – Patatas, from Spain, Narrative Short Film, 0:18:26 trailer
8:05 PM – Berxen Kulek / Lame Lambs, from Bingol, Turkey, Narrative Short Film, 0:19:31 trailer
8:30 PM – Butterfly Fluttering, from Russian Federation, Narrative Short Film, 0:24:25 trailer
9:00 PM – day’s conclusion

AUGUST 10, SUNDAY
Day 8 of OIFF-2014 sponsored by San Luis Rey Bakery & Restaurant
Closing Awards Gala
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm – reception with refreshments & appetizers in the lobby of Star Theatre, 402 North Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054, together with group of San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians and other Native American tribes
3:00 pm to 3:20 pm – live stage procession by group of San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians and other tribes in traditional regalia
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm – presentation of Lifetime Achievement Award to Saginaw Grant for his contribution in film and television industry, plus about 15 other awards (for winning films) will be given to filmmakers for each category from the OIFF Jury, and per each awards category for Audience Choices, with screening of clips from winning films

One of recipients of OIFF’s Lifetime Achievement Awards this year is an American film and television actor Saginaw Grant. Saginaw Grant is a Native American actor, traditional dancer, and motivational speaker, respected member of the Sac-n-Fox, Iowa, and Otoe-Missouria Nations. Grant has appeared in numerous films and television shows. He played Chief Big Bear in the 2013 film The Lone Ranger, starring Johnny Depp. The same year, he was featured in Breaking Bad. He is also known for acting and representing his nation in other TV shows: The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1993), Baywatch (1997), My Name is Earl (2005), Saving Grace (2007), etc. OIFF also plans to have a Native American Indian element, in full regalia, on stage live at Star Theatre right before Saginaw Grant’s ceremony. Oceanside International Film Festival will honor hard-working Saginaw Grant with a special Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution in film and television industry. The festival organizers are particularly thrilled to welcome Saginaw Grant in association with this place in San Diego known for profound Native American history. Oceanside is rich with history of Luiseno Band of Native American Indians based from around Mission San Luis Rey.